Date: 13th January 2018 at 12:08pm
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The World Boxing Super Series super-middleweight competition is starting to suddenly look very interesting.

With the quarter-finals having been completed, we?re left with two enticing semi-finals.

The first of which is an all-British encounter which, on 17 February, will see George Groves go head-to-head with Chris Eubank Jnr, with the bout taking part in Manchester.

The second semi-final also features a Brit, with Callum Smith set to take on the experienced Jurgen Brahmer, the bout being scheduled for 24 February in Nuremburg, Germany.

Smith, who has a record that has seen him win 22 of his 23 fights with the other being drawn, faces an opponent who has won 49 of his 52 fights.

When it comes to age Smith is the younger at just 27 with Brahmer being a veteran of the ring at 39-years-of-age.

In their quarter-finals, both Smith and Brahmer won on points with Smith beating the US fighter Rob Brant and Brahmer beating the Swedish fighter Erik Skoglund.

Both semi-finals should be cracking affairs but who?ll emerge victorious in the whole tournament?

Does anybody care to pick a winner?